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La Majada Villa
Beautifully presented part furnished detached villa with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in La Majada near Mazarron. The property benefits from being only a couple of minutes walk from the local shop, bar and restaurant, church and medical centre.
The lounge/dining room has a wood burning fireplace as its centre piece and has hot & cold air-conditioning. It is open plan to the kitchen separated only by a marble topped breakfast bar. Glass door opens out to the large front covered terrace and the furniture here is included. The well equipped kitchen has light wood units, granite worktops and comes complete with all the normal white goods including dishwasher, halogen oven and microwave.
Two double bedrooms are downstairs, both with fitted wardrobes. The 2nd bedroom is currently used as a dining room. There is also a fully tiled family bathroom with full bath and shower over, W/C, wash basin with marble top and vanity unit below and a wall heater.
The back door from the kitchen takes you out to the back terrace and utility area and to the steps up to the large solarium and separate accommodation.
The upstairs bedroom has an en-suite shower room with shower, W/C, bidet and wash basin and the solarium has lovely views of the mountains and surrounding countryside.
The property has air conditioning and ceiling fans throughout except in bedroom 2 which is the one currently used as a dining room. There are security grills and fly screens throughout the villa too.
The garden wraps around the house and is gravelled with mature plants and shrubs and is very well maintained. There is also off road parking. The property is on a plot of 276m2 and the villa has a constructed area of 94m2. The utility area is 10m2, the front covered terrace is 20m2 and the solarium is 39m2. This lovely property is located in a quiet village.
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Northwest of the town of Mazarron, at a distance of about 9 kms, the village of La Majada is located. It is believed that the name derives from the fact that this district historically was a place frequented by a shepherd to rest his cattle, and then he started a settlement that grew into a village.
The festivities of La Majada, held in honour of the Immaculate Conception, whose festival is in December, are traditionally held in August and September. The celebrations always have events where the residents of nearby villages are also invited, sharing traditions and local cuisine as ruleras crumbs and a traditional hot chocolate with fritters putting an end to the celebrations.
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